Manyam Puli Movie Review Rating Audience Response – Mohanlal
Manyam Puli Movie Review
The protagonist of the movie Puli Kumar (Mohanlal) is a lorry driver by his profession. Apart from this he is also known as tiger killer as he kills the triggers, who hunts the people and also save the villagers but his lovely wife (Kamalinee Mukherjee) doesn’t like his nature at all; she is always against his killing the tigers nature and get involved in cases from the police and forest officers. He also has a younger brother to whom he treats his as his son.
When the story moves some his brother’s friends tell that if Kumar could help them in transporting the Ganja from the forest to their Pharma Company; they will surely help his younger brother to get a job in the same company. And as he loves his brother a lot, so, for his sake he agrees.
For the first time, he is moving out of his village and the forest. What could happen, what consequences he has to face and what about the deed of killing tigers, will he have to pay all at once?
Manyam Puli Story Plot
As per the story, the characters are quite good. Mohanlal, who is the complete actor, is the idol choice for this character too as the character doesn’t demand much performance from him but doing action stunts. All the other actors have also done justice with their character. When it comes to the technical department all the graphic work is simply flawless and amazing in visualizing. The music is given by Gopi Sundar, which is good one but not too impressive. The film needs a little bit of trimming.
The story is slow paced one, so one who wishes to see the stunts and action scenes would love to watch it out. Over all, it’s a good one but can’t refer it to the best section.
Manyam Puli Cast & Crew
Banner: Saraswathi Films
Cast: Mohanlal, Kamalinee, Jagapathi Babu, Namitha, Lal, Kishore, Makarand Deshpande and others
Music: Gopi Sunder
Cinematography: Shaji Kumar
Producers: Sindhoora Puvvu Krishna Reddy
Story and Direction: Vyasakh
Release date: Dec 2nd, 2016
Manyam Puli Movie Rating : 3/5